As we know, Fox News believes that nutritious school lunches are a plot by a fascist Obama administration (and his evil wife) to take away the Jesus given freedom of American youth to stuff as much greasy crap down their gullets as possible which, in turn, is contributing to a childhood obesity crisis. It's a true testament to the bizarro world of Fox that they actually oppose efforts to make school lunches more nutritious. And now that kids are fighting the power and expressing their discontent with the good food, Fox is giving them the support that they didn't give to "Occupy." Jon Stewart exposes this Fox inanity and hypocrisy.
As Stewart points out, the teacher who composed the lyrics to the "we are hungry" song is a good teacher -as opposed to the one who coached the song praising Barack Obama - a "controversy" nationalized by Fox News. I would add that Fox wasn't too happy about the musicians who had a role in helping kids compose a song about the 99%. Stewart's last line is priceless and says it all: "How divided are we as a nation? Well, we have two types of diabetes in this country and if Obama is against them, then, well, America’s No. 1 news network is for one of them."
From the Fox News website article about these "hungry" kids. I guess I'm just an un-American librul traitur but the pictured lunch looks fine to me!
The more I learn about the foxies, the more I realise that they are capable of the most selfish of motivations. But, really, they are really going off the cliff when they so blatantly wish ill on the kids of other people. And most of they are very vocal about their faith. WWJS (am learning the lingo, heh, heh)
A few years ago, I worked as a counselor at a summer day camp held in a NYC public school. In order to get an ice cream bar, the kids were required to get a tray with a complete lunch (which was free). I watched everyday as one kid after another got his lunch tray, took the ice cream and then threw the entire lunch in the trash without touching it. They just wanted the ice cream. When you asked them why, they invariably said some variation of “Because the food sucks!” (Full disclosure: I brought my own lunch eat day for the same reason.)
PS: Jon Stewart is our generation’s Edward R. Murrow —-only with irony.)